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Mike Wallace and Jarius Wright Probable, Justin Trattou Out Sunday

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. –The Minnesota Vikings return to TCF Bank Stadium following their bye for their Week 6 matchup against Kansas City. The Vikings used their bye week to rest and recover. This week's injury report includes DE Justin Trattou, who did not practice this week because of a foot injury; he is the only Viking listed as out for Sunday's game. WR Charles Johnson (rib) and S Andrew Sendejo (knee) are both questionable for this weekend's game after being limited in all three practices this week. Listed as probable for Sunday's contest are: WRs Mike Wallace (knee) and Jarius Wright (hand), CB Jabari Price (shoulder) and TE Rhett Ellison (knee). A player listed as questionable has a 50 percent chance of competing on Sunday, while a probable listing means it's a virtual certainty they will play.

The Chiefs defense has had some players nursing injuries this week. LB Josh Mauaga (groin/Achilles) and NT Dontari Poe (ankle) did not participate in practice this week and have been ruled out for Sunday's game. LB Tamba Hali, who was a midweek addition to the injury report with a knee injury, is questionable against the Vikings after not participating in Thursday or Friday's practices. CB Jamell Flemming (elbow) participated in all three practices this week and is probable for Sunday.

Offensively for the Chiefs, they have a trio of tight ends listed on the injury report, including Travis Kelce (groin/neck), James O'Shaughnessy (hand) and Brian Parker (finger). All three were full participants all week and are probable against the Vikings.

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